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Book launch: “The BRICS and the Future of Global Order”

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Brasil-China

Brazil should join China’s new development bank

Observation: This article was published on March 19. On March 27, Brazil announced that it would join the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank.This move will grant Brasília a seat the table during discussions about the ...


Entrevista com o jornal Brasil Econômico sobre o Banco Asiático de Investimento em Infraestrutura (AIIB)

Banco de investimento chinês cria era de multipolaridade, diz especialista
Oliver Stuenkel, especialista da FGV em emergentes, diz que os EUA usam a ajuda militar como principal moeda de troca para impedir a adesão de ...


AIIB

Why Britain is right to join China’s new development bank

In a rare open disagreement between London and Washington, aligned on virtually any major foreign policy issue over the past decades, Britain has become the first major Western government to apply for membership in the ...


china-russia

Why China would benefit from Western SWIFT sanctions against Russia

Since last year, a small but vocal number of Western commentators and politicians have been calling for banning Russia from the SWIFT payment system, a move that would impact Russia's economy far more than the economic ...


The Uncertain Future of IBSA (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace)

In 2003, India, Brazil, and South Africa united behind a new vision for South-South cooperation and global leadership. Through the June 6, 2003, Brasilia Declaration, the three countries launched the India-Brazil-South ...



Book review: “The System Worked” by Daniel W. Drezner

Book review: The System Worked. How the World Stopped another Great Depression. Oxford University Press, 2014. 280 pages. R$ 28,32 (ebook, www.amazon.com.br)
The global financial crisis of 2008, I argue in my book The ...


IBSA

Why Modi should resuscitate IBSA

If asked to identify the most important trend in international affairs since the turn of the century, many international affairs analysts would point to the unprecedented growth in South-South relations. That is largely due ...


Fabius

Can France succeed in limiting the veto in cases of mass atrocities?

Laurent Fabius, France's Foreign Minister
There is little doubt that, despite the dramatic progress made over the past decade, the international community still too often fails the victims of governments unable or ...


Liu-Jieyi

Responsible Protection: Chinese norm entrepreneurship?

Liu Jieyi, Permanent Representative of the People’s Republic of China to the UN
Review: Garwood-Gowers, Andrew (2014) China’s "Responsible Protection" concept : re-interpreting the Responsibility to Protect (R2P) and ...